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PULLMAN, Wash. – The annual dad’s weekend pumpkin drop is a gravity experiment with pumpkins (and a watermelon and…) launched from 12-story Webster Hall at Washington State University.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Celebrate fall at the free, public Harvest Party 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Washington State University organic farm.
Activities will include hay wagon rides, face painting and games.
Pumpkins, sold by weight, will be available from a U-pick pumpkin patch of traditional jack-o-lanterns, baby pumpkins and a few novelty varieties.
Wood-fired pizza and fresh-pressed cider will be sold. Cash or check only for purchased items.
“The Harvest Party is a wonderful time and place to enjoy the Palouse with family and friends,” said organic farm manager Brad Jaeckel. “And, to get your fall pumpkins and apples!”
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Fresh-pressed apple cider, U-pick pumpkins and U-pick fruit will be for sale at the WSU organic farm’s annual harvest party, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, at Tukey Horticultural Orchard on Airport Road in Pullman. There will be hay wagon rides and games. The WSU farm is a 3-acre certified organic teaching farm managed by Brad Jaeckel. Most produce is distributed through a community supported agriculture program. Shareholders pay in the spring for a share or half-share and each week receive a box of fresh produce.